Holy Family Catholic Church
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STATIONS OF THE CROSS
are prayed every Friday during Lent
at 7pm in Church.
Stations are preceded by a meatless soup supper at 6pm in the Parish Hall.
Monday-Wednesday, March 9-11
7pm in Church
Father Daniel Lanahan, OFM, will be presenting our Lenten Mission "Awakening our Faith in Challenging Times"
In a time when violence and evil have visited our lives, how does the Gospel message of Jesus Christ call us to respond?
How is God present to us?
How do we live His message of love & reconciliation and at the same time seek justice?
How do we find healing for our pain?
Father Lanahan will preach at the Masses the weekend of March 7/8. He will also celebrate Holy Mass at 8am Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.
Evening Presentations at 7pm.
Monday's Theme: Living in the embrace of God's Love.
Tuesday's Theme: Forgiveness as the path to Peace.
Following the presentation, the Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered.
Wednesday's Theme: Healing the human heart.
Following the presentation, the Sacrament of The Anointing of the Sick will be offered.
Father Lanahan is the author of "When God Says No: The Mystery of Suffering and the Dynamics of Prayer."
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE:
Monday, March 30:
8am Mass, Confessions following Mass
Tuesday, March 31:
NO 8:00am MASS
PARISH OFFICE CLOSED TUESDAY, MARCH 31
CHRISM MASS at the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Charleston - 11am
Wednesday, April 1:
8am Mass, Confessions following Mass and at 4 pm
PASCHAL TRIDUUM SCHEDULE:
HOLY THURSDAY - APRIL 2:
NO 8am MASS
MASS of the LORD'S SUPPER - 7pm followed by Adoration in the Parish Hall until midnight.
GOOD FRIDAY - APRIL 3:
Stations of the Cross - 12Noon
the PASSION of the LORD - 3pm
Spanish Celebration of
the Passion of the Lord - 7pm
with Living Stations of the Cross
HOLY SATURDAY - APRIL 4:
NO 8am MASS
BLESSING OF EASTER FOOD: 11am
HOLY SATURDAY - APRIL 4:
EASTER VIGIL, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 4 - 8:30pm
Spanish Easter Vigil Mass at Saint Francis at 8:30pm
EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 5:
THE RESURRECTION of the LORD
Masses in Church: 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm – Spanish
Masses in the Parish Hall:
8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am
Masses in the Education Building:
8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am
HOLY MASS ETIQUETTE REMINDERS:
Our behavior in church has an effect on others.
In charity, please be sensitive to each other and provide a good example.
Please be on time for the celebration of Holy Mass.
Please stay until Holy Mass has ended, i.e. when the celebrant processes from church.
Please dress appropriately and modestly – Our Lord deserves your respect.
Please enter and exit the church quietly BEFORE AND AFTER Holy Mass so people may pray in peace.
THANK YOU for your cooperation.
Prepare YOUR Funeral Mass
Make YOUR choices
for Readings & Music
"Preparing for Funeral Liturgies"
Once you have filled out your worksheet,
bring it to the parish office,
we will make a copy for your files,
and we will keep a copy
here at Holy Family
for use when necessary.
To search the Bible,
click below to go to EWTN for the
Revised Standard Version - Catholic Edition
Spanish Mass: Tuesday - 7:00pm
Daily: After the 8am Mass
WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE
1:00pm Spanish Mass
Eucharistic Adoration Hours
Parish Office Hours:
M-Th: 8:30-3:30pm Fri: 8:30-Noon
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION HOURS:
Saturday - CLOSED